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Aug 24, 2009 7:00am EDT
quote around the world. you're like marco polo looking at health care around the world. finally someone is doing this. big headlines as i understand them. other countries spend half a person that america does. >> and cover everybody with high quality. >> and cover everybody. >> in fact you say at one point other countries regard us basically like cambodia. >> they dump on american health care. they have this smug superiority. we may be better at some stuff but they do better at keeping people healthy. >> the u.s. ranks low on goodness which is just healthy people just making people preventively healthier. >> yeah, and in terms of keeping people healthy, recovery from major diseases, the other countries all do better. >> this was brand new to me.
ABC
Aug 17, 2009 5:30am EDT
for you at wal-mart. i want to rock 'n' roll all night and shop all day. we've come a long way from finding the records at corvettes. >>> good morning, maryland, i'm jamie costello. megan still on her honeymoon. justin is off today. susan is here with the weather. good morning. >> good morning. a little muggy this morning and a little bit warm. let's look at the temperatures around the state. you can see now 74 in baltimore. 67 in perry hall. 72 fallston. havre de grace 70 degrees but there's already a heat index reading. it feels like we're 79 in baltimore. feels like 77 fallston. feels like 78 in manchester. right now we have a few clouds around. they are high thin ones and lots of breaks in there so we will be seeing partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. it should be a nice one for us. there are the temperatures, 85 degrees and mostly clear by noon. and this afternoon getting back up into the low 90s so it's going to be another warm one. let's see what's happening on the roads with kim. >> good morning. as you look at 95 southbound approaching whitemarsh boulevard traffic i
ABC
Aug 17, 2009 6:30am EDT
traffic updates twittered directly to you, follow me at twitter.com/marylandtraffic. outer loop of the beltway, no problems. no problems southbound from owings mills southbound on 695 towards 95, things moving along nicely there as well. reports of a crash, white hall road at norrisville road, be aware of that. in the rosedale area route 7 between middle river road and king avenue closed due to downed power lines. expect to see utility crews on the scene there. your alternate is probably going to be pulaski highway so just be aware of that this morning. looking at the jfx at cold spring lane, traffic moving along nicely in both directions. looking for a business you know you can trust? let your better business bureau do the work for you with the video business directly. go to abc2news.com/bb. back to you. >>> 6:30. it's where you bring out of town company. it's where baltimore shows off how good it is but today you have to wonder what is happening at the inner harbor. abc2 news linda so with a scary saturday night. >> reporter: it's always a scary thing to hear about any kind of violen
NBC
Aug 24, 2009 5:00am EDT
take a look right now at what we're seeing on h.d. doppler radar. basically a little disturbance is really percolating over virginia. it's approaching southern maryland. there are strong storms associated with that, should die off pretty quickly, and nothing in central maryland per se. but it looks like that's at least something to contend with this morning n. central maryland today, we'll see dropping dew points and high pressure. already you can see the drop in temperature. it's 55 in oakland. the darker green indicating lower humidity n. contrast, still 73 downtown, but better than lately. 68 out at the airport. headed for a high today, it does look like in the mid 80's with mostly sunny skies. so it's going to be a nice one with that northwesterly wind flow. things improving for the first half of this week. i've got more on the seven-day coming up. >> hi there, sandra. good morning, everyone. dealing with a few early morning accidents, let's get right to it. northbound 195, we have an accident we're tracking there. we'll watch for northbound delays. as far as what else is going
FOX
Aug 24, 2009 5:30pm EDT
. >>. >> bottom line is people can't be jerked at the inner harbor. >> baltimore raven arrested for assaulting an officer. why the player says it's a misunderstanding. >> man found shot to death and in his home. what police say about his attacker. >> break from high pressure and the high humidity. how long it will last before we see another chance of storms in my sky watch forecast. >>> and the final word on what killed the king of pop. >>> live. >> good evening. jeff is off tonight. a baltimore raven arrested and charged with assaulting a police officer. happened yesterday at restaurant in the inner harbor. melinda is live there with the latest on the story tonight. melinda? >>reporter: well, police say what started out as misunderstanding quickly escalated to a felony. last night raven player tony fine was having dinner with friends at johnny rocket and security guard thought he slide a handgun to one of the other men. turns out it wasn't a handgun but rather a cell phone. regardless, police say what happened when a city officer approached hill moments later was criminal. they say
FOX
Aug 17, 2009 6:00am EDT
from what is going on at the gulf coast. the gulf coast is seeing downpours due to tropical storm ana which is making its way we have a tropical storm, and a hurricane right off. >> that means there's no complaining about the heat. >> right. that will keep the complaints down. temperatures cooler to the north in harrisburg, but up in new york 77 degrees in pittsburgh 68. a mild start nowhere you are. specifically mild around here. our radar indicating mainly clear skies. that will be the deal enjoying the sky conditions with heat. 73 starting out on average. 90 degrees at 6:00 p.m. with partly cloudy skies and we will have more updates. i was going to tell you about a hurricane bill which is the one we're watching mostly on the atlantic right now. that is coming up in a few minutes. right now we're turning to lauren cook who is standing by with the traffic edge. lauren. >> reporter: thanks, steve. you want to keep in mind that the light rail is operating on a half an hour delay due to the mechanical problems. better news at we take a look at the beltway at liberty road. cars are -- it
FOX
Aug 14, 2009 6:00am EDT
85 or 86, about 2 or 3:00 and 81 degrees at 6:00 p.m. you see a shower or thunderstorm indicated at 6:00 p.m. we are lookth the a chance of a shower or thunderstorm, probably more mid afternoon if there's a chance at all. other than that, we're looking at a fog advisory to the north. an advisory even in our state we could have areas of patchy fog around. be aware of that as well. we will talk about how warm it let g for the weekend, but right now lauren cook is here for candace dold and the traffic edge. >> reporter: thanks, steve. actually take a live look at 695 at liberty road. can you see cars are getting by just fine at this time, no concerns. as we take a look at the travels times. if you're traveling the southbound lanes of 795 from westminister pike to 695, you're looking at a 9 drive. once you're on the beltway, you're looking at an 8-minute drive. if you are traveling through the fort mchenry tunnel this morning, no problems to report, it will take you a quick 5 minutes to get through the tubes. that's a look at morning travels. patrice, let's send it back to you. >>> ther
NBC
Aug 28, 2009 5:30am EDT
an harford county until 7:00 this morning because of heavy rain. let's look at the doppler radar. it ranged our activities moving out of cecil county and to new castle county and delaware. the dark green shade over harford county is the flood warning. there's a band of thunderstorms moving across carroll county, just coming into westminster. also around annapolis, beginning to move over the bag. the bay bridge. some vendors strong activity there. 3 inches to 6 inches of rain causing flooding situation. pg&e says many people are out of power. >> anytime we have weather like that, traffic tends to be a little dicey. at norman avenue there are some downed wires. also, as a local road is shut down in taos and due to flooding. -- ain towson. with side is running smoothly. and no delays at liberty. >> now to our big story. city police continued searching for the person who shot a correctional officer. >> friends and colleagues of the victim are speaking out. and jennifer franciotti is in the newsroom with details. >> erica carr described as an exemplary employee. was it some danger from he
ABC
Aug 27, 2009 5:00pm EDT
tomorrow. then, the body will be taken across town for a funeral mass on saturday morning at which president obama will deliver the eulogy, or a eulogy at that service, and the body will be flown to washington for burial at arlington national cemetery, buried along with his brothers, jack and robert kennedy. we will have coverage of all of that. there is a special section on abcnews.com with interactive video on senator kennedy's life. we'll have a full report of the day on "world news." i'm charles gibson in boston. good day. >>> now abc 2 news at 5. >> a collection's officer found shot and killed inside a car in east baltimore. good evening. i'm kelly swoope. neighbors discovered the woman's body around 7 this morning in the 1400 block of kenhill avenue. that's right next to fort worthing on the elementary school. michelle connor tells us why the victim's life could have been saved. >> reporter: glasses in the street left from a window that was shot out. 37-year-old erica carr, a corrections officer was dead at the scene. neighbors tell us they heard the shots. >> i thought i was
ABC
Aug 5, 2009 6:30am EDT
smoothly now. also in the city, one lane is closed, westbound at northern parkway at falls road as crews repair the road from yesterday's watermain break. no problems there. westbound route 70 at 29, that crash moved over to the shoulder. in milford mill washington avenue at briefport road, a crash reported there as well. this is at the lexington market at paca street. the city is starting to wake up some. this traffic report brought to you by the better business bureau. looking for a business you know you can trust? let the better business bureau do the work for you. choose an a-rated business today by logging on to abc2news.com/bbb. >>> 6:30. we remain on this story, outside of pittsburgh a man carrying a duffel bag walks into an all-woman's salsa class, turns out the lights and starts shooting. cheryl conner with what she's learned. >> reporter: the victims were dancing before finding themselves in the middle of a dark room where at least 50 gunshots were fired. by the time the gunman was finished four people were dead including himself, at least 10 others injured. the state police su
ABC
Aug 19, 2009 6:30am EDT
open when you sleep. another c.o. leak at the cove village. we're live to find out how three people are now recovering. >>> the story goes he wanted to spend the night at a friend's house. his stepdad said no, then it got real ugly. >>> no sweat, the air is back on at this baltimore highrise. it took a while but finally it's cool. >>> let's look at the weather with meteorologist susan schrack. >> thank you. good morning. things have settled down considerably since the overnight hours where we had all the storms rolling through. let's look at our live local radar, maryland's most powerful doppler radar. there's the last of the storms moving off the coastline there across ocean city and out to sea. we really don't have anything coming after it so we're looking at very quiet conditions, thankfully, gives us a bit of a break before things start to steam up again as we head into the afternoon hours. as far as the rain it left behind it really varied anywhere from maybe a trace in chestertown to a half-inch in owings mills, depending on where the thunderstorms decided to form and then emp
ABC
Aug 10, 2009 5:30am EDT
doing great. >> thank you. >> megan went off and got married. >> she got hitched. >> look at the pictures. the blushing bride. she looks gorgeous. >> we can't show the bride without showing the groom. there he is. >> he looks awesome. >> getting ready to see the new couple? >> let's go. >> aw. >> look at that. you said? >> they were smiling. it's almost like they love each other. i love it when things work out. it's beautiful. >> and they build on this day. good for them. >> so lovely. >>> in news today -- a violent day in the middle east. there were bombings in baghdad and the northern city of mosul. they killed at least 32 people -- i'm sorry, i'm supposed to be talking -- >> you were on a roll. that was good. >> i was going to go for it. >>> let's look at weather and then we'll get back to the bombings. >> we'll get back to the news. >> we have heat at 5:30. good morning. we'll take you out to where the couple is going to be celebrating -- no, they are not. we'll tell you -- we won't tell you the location, let's just say it's far away. i wouldn't mind being at the boardwalk ho
FOX
Aug 17, 2009 5:30pm EDT
suspected gang activity leads to weekend shooting at the inner harbor. 2 men hurt. >> kathleen live from the harbor with the very latest. >>reporter: police sources tell us that surveillance camera have not been helpful. that's because it was so crowded here when that shooting occurred on saturday night. still they say they do have several leads in the case. midday monday. >> i don't think i would be coming down here for dinner. >>reporter: carter from north carolina. >> maybe after dark i would be more concerned. >>reporter: many tourist are talking about the shooting inside the light street pavilion saturday night. police say it was a gang feud that led to the gunfire. the mayor blames weak state law and lenient judges for churning out repeat offenders. >> they were carrying weapons on them. that's why we keep focusing on the legislation at the state to give some to deal with illegal guns. i guarantee you they caught that guy he would have been out the next day. slap on the hand. >>reporter: police say they are not increasing patrols. instead they are changing tactics and being more ag
FOX
Aug 27, 2009 5:30pm EDT
gathering friends. how much rain to expect this weekend. >>>. >> hello. jennifer is on assignment at this hour. tropical storm danny is gathering strength and well on its way to becoming a hurricane. vytas joins us with the very latest on the storm's path. vytas? >>reporter: taking a look at tropical storm danny gaining strength over the atlantic. winds at 58 miles per hour gusting to 69 miles per hour and the track of the storm is going to be taking it off the coast of the united states. looks like it's making land fall up to nova scotia, canada but for us over the weekend towards saturday then sunday we are watching this closely because the storm could become category 1 strength by the time it reaches off the coast line of the del mar but areas along the coast will be getting republic current and some gusty winds and we could even see wrap around storms from this as we get through late friday night and saturday. how this is affecting the weekend plans out here at the state fairgrounds coming up in just a bit. >>> thanks so much. you can track danny with fox 45 sky watch hurricane tracke
FOX
Aug 26, 2009 5:30pm EDT
our democracy. >> one of the longest serving senators died. we look back at the life of senator ted kennedy of massachusetts. >> and what this man did to two women that has police hunting him down. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tvv in baltimore in is fox 45 news at 5:30. >> i'm, jif jeff barns. >> i'm jessica gilbert. tropical storm danny could soon become hurricane danny. >> it is on a course that could hit the state of maryland. we are joined with more on what danny could actually do. >> quite interesting this storm is because it wasn't very organized the other day but now looking at organization taking place, taking it up a notch as tropical storm as we see it sixth around out there in the atlantic winds right now at 46 miles per hour, pressure sitting at 1007 and gusts at 58 miles an hour and sitting just about 565 miles east of miami florida. now this storm is gaining a little bit of organization here and circulation. so we have to monitor this very closely because the potential track of this storm is what we are really concerned with. in fact national hurricane center
ABC
Aug 3, 2009 5:00pm EDT
call. >> of course there may have been some medical protocols violated. we're not certain at this point. >> reporter: that will come after an investigation, the department said, will consist of interviewing the paramedic and the onscene officers if possible. after being shot in the head and laying unattended for at least 30 minutes, quarles is still listed in critical condition. now that paramedic has been assigned to administrative duty and could face suspension, demotion, or termination. live in the studio, brian kuebler, abc 2 news. >>> it was another violate weekend in baltimore city. on saturday, a teenager was stabbed to death on north paca street. on sunday someone shot and killed an 18-year-old on allendale street. and a man was shot near the edgewood lyndhurst recreation center. someone walked into an auto store on saturday and shot a man in the back of the head. he is in critical condition tonight. there is no word on the suspect. today in west baltimore, a rally to help make our streets safer. >> realize that anger is a problem. and senseless anger is even worse. so wha
ABC
Aug 4, 2009 6:00am EDT
degrees at the airport but we're downtown in the city that breeds love. well, love is in the air. >> aw. >> seriously, this is where you found your hubby-to-be. we're proud to be a part of it this morning on your last single day in the public eye. 76 degrees currently in downtown baltimore. we'll take you up to the northeast now. harford county, bel air 66. 67 fallston. havre de grace 68. and then we run up the list to northeast in cecil county, 69 degrees. currently looking at a basically clear satellite and radar composite, a few clouds in the mountains, two-degree guarantee of 91. an isolated shower may pop up this evening. more on that in a bit. >>> 6:00, let's see what's happening on the roads with kim. >> good morning. traffic is flowing very nicely on southbound 795 as you make your way towards the beltway, no problems or delays at this time. however, if you're traveling downtown keep in mind that right lane remains blocked at north charles street at west eager street because of a gas main. and cecil county, route 1 and 273, expect downed trees in the area. use caution and there'
NBC
Aug 19, 2009 12:00pm EDT
he christmas bonus is back! one more way to shop your way, only at kmart and sears. two little birds wearing a couple little hats. that looks like my windshield... when i made my trip back from phoenix. yeah, that's it. depend brand. for women and men. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live, local, latebreaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news at noon in hd. >> good afternoon. i am mindy basara. more reaction from the developing story told you yesterday. three white men brutally attacked an elderly black man as he and his wife were packing up, a fishing trip in south baltimore. police believe it was a racially motivated hate crime. lisa robinson is live with more. >> top lockner ask for a $5,000 bail and this afternoon, -- calvin lockner asked for a $5,000 bill this afternoon and the judge denied that this afternoon. shocking new details about what happened. documents say that 3 to four white males approached the 76- year-old around 3:30 in the morning at fort armistead park. one of the men kick
NBC
Aug 11, 2009 12:00pm EDT
institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live, local, latebreaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news at noon in hd. >> good afternoon. i am mindy basara. today we remember our real trailblazer for the disabled, a maryland resident, and the matriarch of the kennedy family. eunice kennedy shriver passed away at the hospital surrounded by her family. tracie potts looks back at her life. >> a couple of a member of the kennedy family, eunice kennedy shriver war the mantle of public-service largely out to the public eye. unlike her siblings, john, bobby, and ted. her life's work was inspired by another sibling, rose mary, who was born mentally retarded. she founded the special olympics in 1968, inviting people with mental disabilities to showcase their abilities. >> each time you run and jump, you will save others everywhere , "come to our world, where we are free, free to choose our sport." >> her husband, at sargent shriver, co-founded the peace corps and ran for vice president with george mcgovern in 1972. pearse son-in-law, arnold schwarzenegger, is governor of california. she produced a television special o
ABC
Aug 14, 2009 6:00pm EDT
sheriff's deputy remains at large tonight. police believe he made it to his home in handcuffs and leg shackles. police resume their search today for 20-year-old devon champagne after a tip that he had visited his home. it's about a mile from where he jumped out of a deputy's car near the howard county detention center in jessup. according to the sheriff's office, a jury had just convicted champagne of felony theft, and he was looking at a lengthy prison sentence when he attacked the deputy. >> he had shackles on his feet, handcuffs behind him. somehow he managed the handcuffs in front. at that time he put the handcuffs around the deputy's neck and strangled him. >> champagne is considered dangerous, and if you see him, you're asked to call 911. >>> a 17-year-old gang member accused of killing a witness will spend the next 40 years behind bars. jonathan cornish was 15 years old when he shot and killed carl lackl in 2007. patrick byers, who is serving a life sentence ordered the hit from a cell phone in prison. lackl was set to testify against byers in a murder trial. >> i hope in t
ABC
Aug 2, 2009 6:30pm EDT
>> this is abc 7 news at 6:30, on your side. >>te afr 18 years of not knowing if captain michael scott spiker was dead or a prisoner of war, we have answers. the remains of the first american killed in operation desert storm have been recovered. >> today's announcement from the pentagon in is nearly two decades of uncertainty, and finally brings closure to the wife and children he leaves behind. >> of first american soldier killed in operation desert storm is now the last to come home. today the navy announced that the remains of captain michael scott speicher have been found and positively identifd. >> it is bittersweet. gregg's the navy pilot was flying and a combat mission on the first night of the first gulf war in 1991 when he was shot down. ins re for years, rumors pstersied that he s in 2001,caof e beus the uncertainty, his status was changed from killed to missing in action. many can only imagine what the family winter. >> i would think they assumed the worst and went on from there. i am glad that they finally were able to find remains. >> to not know, you always have hop
FOX
Aug 24, 2009 6:00am EDT
? >> they put the amusement at amusement park. a sneak peek of the adventure land dvd release coming up in the low down. >>> good morning. it's monday, august 24th, i'm patrice harris. i hope you had a great weekend. it's now time to start a brand new week and to see whew kind of weather we will have this week, meteorologist tony pagnoti is in for steve fertig. good morning, tony. >> good morning, patrice. >> did you have a good weekend. >> a great weekend. we have the cooler muggy air out of house. >> i came out of the house in ia tank top and i got goose bumps. >> the only goose pumps you will is the movie, but no goose bumps here in maryland. the temperatures are cooler and the other thing is the humidity. we don't have the horrendous dew points. no longer the steam bath that we were having last week. you can see showers through northern virginia that is getting thunderstorm activity. eastern shore of maryland will be the recipient of that in the next few hours. that is why we have clouds here in central maryland. we won't be seeing any rain as we have a dome of high temperatures.
FOX
Aug 11, 2009 5:30pm EDT
of several protest. encountered at some town hall meetings. he's not here. they tell us he's out of the country on official business but protest are still here. they are calling it a town hall meeting without the town hall. they are standing on the streets. with their signs at least 100 people standing in opposition to the health care reform proposal. this is part of the group that helped organize this you are with the belaire tea party coalition. i tell you what, what is the opposition all about. what is wrong with the proposal in your opinion. >> we are not so much against obama as we are against big government. people don't want the government a bigger government than we have. we want them to back off us. stop telling us how to do it. >>reporter: what is wrong with the people don't just have health care. what is wrong with the government of the president trying to get them coverage. >> we are short of doctors no now. 50 million more people to the roll. how in god name are we going to cover everybody? wait months and months to get to a doctor. won't be getting the health care we n
ABC
Aug 10, 2009 6:30am EDT
married megan pringle. monday, august 10th. before we look at the weather let's look at what we're working on today. a lot of top stories. >>> a standing room only crowd is expected tonight to show senator cardin what sider in on when it comes to the -- side they are on when it comes to the health care issue. >>> and president obama in mexico. 17 hours of talks from swine flu to buy america products. we'll see how the talks are going. >>> and nationwide testing goes underway this morning for swine flu. much of it will be at the university of maryland school of medicine. >>> it will be another hot one. >> let's go and check it out. here he is, justin berk. >> you're about to see a bunch of orange on the map. i want to start with the heat advisory. that means temperatures will be up in the mid-90s, feeling bike 105. , keep in mind, keep cool, light colored clothing, stay out of the heat as much as possible. plenty of fluid for pets and check on the elderly. some things may seem commonplace and mundane but just a reminder. noon to 3:00 p.m., heat advisory. any time we have the heat index valu
ABC
Aug 11, 2009 6:30am EDT
joining us. >> can't take credit for that one. that was cute. >>> let's look at the weather. >> i want to know with our come up with that stuff. kick in the tank top. cute. 6:30. won't be cute today. it will be a little sticky. if you don't like yesterday we will almost repeat it. 94 yesterday. pulling it back a little this afternoon. starting at 71 in doubt -- downtown baltimore. temperatures a little warmer than the airport readings. across the rest of the area, we're looking -- apologize for that -- 76 degrees in westminster. a little hint of high thin clouds in the sky. we have a 74-degree mark in glen burnie. overall we're checking out basically a dry start to the day. isolated thunderstorm could pop up after 4:00 p.m. north and west and roll through the beltway probably around 5:30 or 6:00 with temperatures reaching our two-degree guarantee of 92. then we'll pull back in the 80s for the rest of the week. more on that coming up. >>> 6:31. let's see what's happening on the roads with kim. >> we've got some volume building on the west side of the outer loop between liberty road and
FOX
Aug 11, 2009 6:00am EDT
>>> next on fox 45 morning news. >> outrage over healthcare reform surfaces at town hall meetings across the country and right here in maryland. >> we need to know what happened. >> vandalism as a brand new publicly financed hotel. it's a story you will see first on fox. >>> your personal trainer is only a click away. how you can go online to get in shape. >>> good morning. it's tuesday, august 11th. i'm patrice harris. you are waking up to another hot and humid morning. and it's going to be that way all day long. because of that we have some school closings to pass along this morning. all baltimore high school prep programs operating in nonair-conditioning buildings are canceled today. staff should contact their school. it's pretty evident why we would not want to be in a not air-conditioned building. >> and meteorologist steve fertig is here. >>> even hotter than the town hat meetings. >> that is hot. >> it's hot. it's going to get into the low 90s. not quite at hot as yesterday when we got into the low 90s. we are starting off with rather warm temperatures starting with 7 degre
FOX
Aug 19, 2009 6:00am EDT
and thunderstorms. look at the temperature at the inner harbor, 77 degrees, the dew point right at 70 degrees as well, very close to saturation. state temperatures across the state of maryland, 77 degrees in baltimore, 77 degrees in d.c. 77 degrees in salisbury and cool 64 degrees in oakland maryland. for today, mostly cloudy skies, we will see hazy sunshine early in the day, but a high temperature of 90 degrees. hot and humid conditions and thunderstorms sparking up in the afternoon hours. here is your day cast. dry during the morning hours, 86 at noon and the showers will pop at 6:00 p.m., 89 degrees. we will have a look at hurricane bill that is now a category iv hurricane and the chance of some storms for us. i will have all of that coming up in just a few minutes. first we will check in with candace to see how the roads are had morning. candace. >> reporter: thank you, jessica and good morning. if you are traveling out there this morning, you will find some fog throughout the region. just be aware that could be an extra threat to your commute. we have wires to talk at harper r
CBS
Aug 14, 2009 6:00am EDT
. annapolis at 72. a calm day, a good amount of sunshine and we'll mention a garden variety chance of a thunderstorm. a high of 85. should be a fine friday. a great way to start the weekend. >> let's go to sharon gibala with traffic. >> reporter: we have found one delay for you some late- clearing construction on the west side of the beltway causing speeds to slow there. there's a look at the speed sensor. on the outer loop, that's going to be between 170. you have two left lanes block for construction. they are in the process of clearing i. it's a 7-minute back up to 295. there's a look outside at 95. everything looking good. no issues at 50 and a look at 95 and 100. remember, wjz is always on, for traffic information any time, log onto wjz.com. >>> thank you. olympic superstar michael phelps has a run in with the law after being involve in a multiple-vehicle accident. gigi is live in mount vernon with the details. >> reporter: good morning. all of the debris from the accidents is now clean up this morning, but it is still under investigation. michael phelps was driving through the mou
FOX
Aug 10, 2009 6:00am EDT
. >>> a love story, involving the hottest comedian in hollywood. we have the sneak peek at the "i love you" man dvd release in the low down. >>> good morning, it's monday, august 10th and you're taking a live look over the inner harbor downtown. a beautiful shot. it doesn't tell you just how hot it's going to be though, just be prepared for that. it's going to be really hot today just like yesterday. good morning, i'm patrice harris. meteorologist testif steve fer s here to fill us in you on how to the it's going to be. if yesterday was any indication. >> today we're expecting to get to 98 degrees and the humidity will feel 10 100 and 105. the temperatures are at 80 degrees in baltimore at this hour. we are headed to 82 by the noon hour. the sky watch radar shows that the showers and thunderstorms stay well up to the north and pennsylvania. they could sneak our way later in the afternoon because of the heat and humidity that the instability that that will produce. 77 degrees starting and mostly clear skies at noon, 92. 94 degrees at 6:00 p.m., you will notice that we will have a thunde
FOX
Aug 30, 2009 11:00pm EDT
thomasas they return, officials looking closely at the health situation. the h1-n1 is thrtening to make a big-time comeback. and administrators want to be ready for whatever happens. more on the story. >> reporter: hey guys let's first talk about the record- breaking enrollment figure. the reason why? the economy. this year many parents are forced to pull their kids out of private schools because they lost their jobs or they're just trying to save on the family budget during the tough times. a freshman pizza party here at the whitman hospital here. for some kids though, the first day at school may not be at the place they may he thought it would be. you see the economy prompted the parents to move them into the public school system. >> we expect somewhere between a thousand and 2000 kids who are entering our doors who were in private school last year. >> reporter: pat o'neill says that the largest school can handle the extra kids. what could be hard to handle is the outbreak of h1-n1. she knows all too well the virus is out there. >> i have a child in check college who was diagnosed with
ABC
Aug 9, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. >> and some metro riders can expect more delays. "abc 7 news at 11:00" starts right now. captioned by th national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> get ready for a summer scorcher. tomorrow could be the hottest day we've seen al year. a heat advisory has already been declared for tomorrow. steve rudin tracking the latest developments for tonight. steve, what should we expect? >> get ready. the heat, the humidity and hazy sunshine making a comeback for yet another day. only tomorrow, it will be even hotter. look at the satellite and radar combinion. belfort ffurniture hiather center, the high pressu i of us an ttofdus and d anidumw air arnd humid air to ealo t ar okea. ate at thes at teatmpureres. 880 degrees in leesburg. 82 for fairfax. icfr0 mied deee a hek rrow at 12g :toinrrmoow at 12ow0 noon. it ncludes theit, aexalndriirfa fad prce george's, andpr win thd ittig 10:00. at 10:0 what doethat mean? it means the heat index around 100-105 degrees by tomorrow afternoon. coming up,we will talk about the cooldown, when we can expect the cooler and drier air. it will be here fo
CBS
Aug 3, 2009 6:00am EDT
inner loop. at georgia avenue an accident here. better news on the inner loop at 95 in maryland. the accident has cleared. so far, no major delays just yet. taking it out to 66. heading ebb. things are filling out between 50 and 123. but a report of an accident heading westbound at nutley. we will stick with the maps and take you to the gw parkway. be aware we have police activity reported here heading southbound at 123 and finally wrap it up through the district. inbound new york avenue. that's how we end it. from the times building to bladensburg road. drivers are below speed. okay florida avenue to the third street tunnel. that's a quick look at traffic. now over to you. >>> a celebration commemorating a new g.i. bill begins our news this morning. president obama will join virginia senator jim webb on the campus of george mason to mark the largest expansion of the bill since world war ii. armando trull is live on the fairfax campus with more. >> reporter: good morning. all of the men and women who have gone in to harm's way after september 11th 2001 are eligible for this new
ABC
Aug 25, 2009 6:00pm EDT
in severna park, a wings n things in glen burnie, and finally a pnc bank in crofton. it was at the crofton robbery where police say they were able to pick up clear surveillance image, leading investigators right to doukas. he is now dead. the woman in the photo remains at large. >> we believe she is involved, as we head earlier. but we don't know who she is. and obviously still in the investigation. >> reporter: a robbery string investigation that continues after monday night's police- involved shooting of one of the suspects. in anne arundel county, brian kuebler, abc 2 news. >> and if you know anything than woman in the surveillance photo, you're urged to call metro crimestoppers at 1-866-7- lock-up. >>> a shooting this afternoon in northwest baltimore. a man was shot around 2:00 this afternoon at the corner of liberty heights avenue and garrison heights boulevard. the victim was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. investigators are checking to see if cameras in the area will eprovide them with any clues. >>> a u.s. park officer is out of the hospital after being
ABC
Aug 26, 2009 6:00pm EDT
and women here are on edge. >> it definitely make messner vows. i have somebody walk with me at night. and also in the early mornings too. >> my girls always go outside to play. oh my god. i'm not so much scared for me because i figure i could pretty much defend myself. but i worry about the children. >> reporter: just a week after that first incident, police say the suspect struck again, this time come to an apartment complex here on sunshine place where he actually entered a woman's apartment. >> he actually climbed into was an open window and stood there nearly maked in front of his victim. she had the light on so, she could see him clearly and gave the officers a good description of him. >> reporter: the attacks happened within a few blocks of each other. police believe the flasher may live in the neighborhood. they're hoping this sketch of the man and the distinctive mole on the left side of his face may help lead to his capture before he strikes again. in baltimore county, jeff hager, abc 2 news. >> anyone with information on the suspect's identity is asked to call the bal
ABC
Aug 24, 2009 6:00pm EDT
the investigation into mack's death tonight at 11. and when we're not on the air you always log on the our website, abc2news.com for up-to- the-minute information. >>> students return to class at a number of public schools in maryland today. yet questions remain over how parents will protect them against the h1n1 virus. the trial continues but there at this point there is no available vac for the swine flu. how the state is preparing for worst. >> reporter: on the very day that many maryland students are returning to school, the state announced a 7th death tied to the h1n1 virus in a d.c. suburb. parents are growing anxious over the lack of information on how they're supposed to protect their children. >> absolutely nothing about it. that's why i'm waiting until school starts to find out about it. >> i don't know if they're going to do vaccines in the school or having all the children go to the local health department. >> reporter: trials on children began last week, but the timetable for producing mass doses of the vaccine still points towards mid-october. federal health officials
ABC
Aug 8, 2009 11:00pm EDT
>> next at 11:00, a deadly midair collision over the hudson river. >> heard a sound, and turned and saw a white helicopter fall out of the sky. >> tonight, investigators search for answers. >> i, sonia sotomayor, do solemnly swear. >> sonia sotomayor makes history as the first supreme court hispanic justice. local students quarantined in china return home. abc news at 11 starts now. >> federal investigators are at the scene of a deadly midair collision over the hudson river. a small plane collided with a sightseeing helicopter around noon killing all nine people on board the aircraft. tonight, search teams are looking for the victims and evidence while investigators try to figure out how the collision happened. john gonzalez is tracking the latest developments from the satellite center. john. >> beverly, recovery divers have a challenging task this weekend. there is just two feet of visibility in this water that is 30 feet deep. now, the ntsb does not expect to recover black boxes because they are not required on these type of aircraft, but finding devices like a g.p.s., for exa
CBS
Aug 14, 2009 6:00am EDT
. over to maryland, southbound 270 fog in the area but everybody is moving at speed. the outer loop of the capital beltway is looking good between college park and bethesda. checking the routes believing baltimore to the capital beltway no problems or incidents to report on 95 or the baltimore-washington parkway. back to andrea. >>> this morning police are investigating an early-morning hit and run crash. it has left one person dead. it a developing story. armando trull is live in southeast with the latest. >> reporter: here's the situation at stanton road. traffic is moving smoothly in and outbound of the district. there is no accidents here right now. that was not the case a few hours ago. around 2:30 a.m., police say a man was walking on stanton road and basically crossing suitland parkway when a vehicle that was traveling at a high rate of speed inbound on suitland parkway hit that man. the impact was so severe it basically hurled the body around 40 feet and in to the side of suitland parkway. police do not know who that man was. he was not carrying i.d. or if he had i.d. the i.d.
FOX
Aug 18, 2009 5:30pm EDT
. >> cry for help as woman and her child are both shot at. hear more of the chilling 911 call. >>> heat continue with chance for thunderstorms when they could hit in the sky watch forecast. >>> and how you can be carrying illegal drugs without even knowing it. we'll explain next. >>> hello. jennifer has tonight off. right in our we are undergoing a thunderstorm warning in both baltimore city and also baltimore county. let's go to vytas with the latest on our severe weather forecast. >> we can hear the thunder rumble above the station right now. vicious lightning strike in the system and we look at hd radar level through here. strong thunder light new england moving through the east of townsend to essex and we look at heavy rain making its way in the white marsh area. get heavy showers and thunderstorms right now also down to the south of us and the park and andarundle county west of annapolis with heavy rain and back to randall town and reece town and another cell making its way in wood lawn security square area. take note of that because a lot of lightning with it. charged up
ABC
Aug 19, 2009 6:00pm EDT
, did not stop and render aid. you know, one of the things that we're concerned about at this point is that the person may not have even realized that may ran over the man. >> reporter: residents say the narrow two-lane road and steep- banked sidewalks have always presented a safety hazard, especially since many drivers here tend to ignore the speed limit. >> about 55. i see that every day. >> reporter: friends say they'll remember fetters as one of lansdowne's characters. >> he would sit here and do his crossword puzzles, smoke his cigarettes and drink his coffee, and walk down to the gas station and maybe to the bar, whatever. >> reporter: the man they nicknamed jack, who was a friend to all, and asked for very little in return. in baltimore county, jeff hager, abc 2 news. >> and if you have any information about the crash, you're asked to call baltimore county police at 410-307-2020. >>> community leaders respond to an alleged hate crime. the brutal beating of an elderly man. police say 28-year-old calvin lockner and at least two other white men beat 76-year-old james privett tue
ABC
Aug 6, 2009 6:00pm EDT
at such a high rate of speed we're told he nearly ran a sergeant off the road. that sergeant immediately got on his radio, called off the chase. but the suspect still sped off. and about six blocks later, he struck this woman's car right in that intersection. >> car flipped over, hit the tree, and they say the woman died. so it's sad. >> reporter: lots of folks are just baffled. can't believe the impact and what the cars look like after that impact. we don't know at this point how fast the suspect was traveling, but i can tell you the impact has thrown both cars 50 to 100 feet away from that intersection. we'll have much more on this story tonight at 11. for now live with breaking news, delia goncalves, abc 2 news. >> thank you, delia. >>> prisoners can commit crimes from prison with cell phones. but those phones may soon go silent. a senate committee has approved a plan that would stop inmates by jamming their cell phone signals. maryland senator barbara mikulski sponsors the bill and is battling for a full senate vote, despite a broken ankle. brian kuebler reports. >> when
CBS
Aug 13, 2009 6:00am EDT
. marty is at first-warning weather. >>> we have a clear day's start. here's doppler radar, it shows what the harbor cam shows, clear skies in the region right now. looking at the overnight. we did have shower activity through the area. around annapolis, we had some thunderstorm activity. it's a beautiful day's start, but can't rule out a chance of a passing thunderstorm. it kicks up by 60% into the nighttime hours. a temperature of 80 on the high of 81 degrees. >> your way to work could be wet. here's sharon gibala in traffic control. >> it could be, we have a few accidents to report. one of them on 100. this one coming in, a second accident on route 97 at liberty road. watch for that one. emergency road work causing snellville avenue to be closed at old york road and frisbee street. looking outside, the east side running smoothly. no delays on the west side of the beltway. wjz is always on, for traffic information any time, log on the wjz.com. >>> in the case of of health care reform, this crowd did not mince words when voicing concerns. >> hear what we have to say. >> reporter: em
ABC
Aug 24, 2009 5:30am EDT
me. i feel great for the parents. 69 degrees in baltimore. 70 easton. in southern maryland, look at this satellite and radar composite, pretty heavy rain coming from, looks like charles to st. mary's county and lower eastern shore, st. mary's, by the way, severe thunderstorm warning until 6:00 a.m. another half-hour. that is out of our viewing area. just want to let you know what is going on down there. problems may pass over to the lower eastern shore so we'll continue to monitor this. yesterday's high 87 degrees. we'll you -- pull back a little today, 85 is our two-degree guarantee. we could develop showers and storms here this afternoon. bring an umbrella to play it safe. >>> 5:30. for those of us not floating to work, the traffic for everybody else with kim. >> thank you. reminder, to get traffic updates twittered directly to you, follow me at twitter.com/marylandtraffic. 95 southbound towards the whitemarsh boulevard area, no problems to let you know about. the tons are both checking in -- the tunnels are both checking in without incident. a couple of incidents, downtown baltim
ABC
Aug 6, 2009 5:30pm EDT
>>> now abc 2 news at 5:30. >> some federal money may mean more job security for workers at gm's power train plant in white marsh. good evening. i'm kelly swoope. general motors is receiving more than $100 million to develop an electrical system for a green car. abc 2 news roosevelt leftwich joins us now with the latest. rosy? >> reporter: kelly, the federal funds will go to developing cleaner, greener technology for a rear drive vehicle. gm says it will provide more details in the future. but analysts say this could be the start of something big at that plant. right now the plant is only one of a handful that makes critical transmission parts for gm cars and trucks in the u.s., including parts for the company's hybrid and the highly touted bolt electric car scheduled to roll out next year. no comment today from plant officials or from the union representing the workers at the white marsh facility. but for folks who follow manufacturing in maryland, they're saying the allison plant already had a leg up. >> yeah, made an investment already. this local plant has been involved in ev
NBC
Aug 24, 2009 5:30am EDT
exception of southern maryland. let's look at our h.d. doppler radar now. basically a very strong patch of showers and storms to the south of baltimore, really over virginia, but approaching southern maryland. there's also a strong storm to the north of ocean city this morning. but in baltimore, central maryland, high pressure's really going take over, so i don't think we'll see the rain. we're actually going to see mostly sunny skies today once this thing gets through here this morning. let's take a look at our current temperatures. temperaturewise this morning, 72 downtown. 69 at the airport. 70 on the eastern shore generally. and we're headed for a high in the mid 80's, which is right where we should be. normal high, august 24, is 84. mostly sunny skies in the charm city today. and again, the lower humidity is going to make it feel quite nice out there. mostly clear tonight at 62 to 68. mild conditions with a light northwest wind. and then as we head into tomorrow, an increase in the temperature, but still keeping the sun around, and then relatively low humidity for this time of the yea
FOX
Aug 28, 2009 6:00am EDT
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ABC
Aug 19, 2009 6:00am EDT
this afternoon they will be widespread. so most of us will be seeing the thunderstorm. looking at a high of 89 degrees. >>> let's check the roads with kim. >>> as we look at the outer loop of the beltway at liberty road, you can see traffic is moving along without problems. a little bit of building volume on both loops us a make your way towards the route 70 interchange. the beltway is mostly incident free, no problems to let you know about at the tunnels. glenarm, harford road closed in both directions, between long green pike and factory road because of downed trees and wires. in pasadena, ritchie highway at route 10, traffic lights not working, police and sign boards in the intersection guiding traffic there. the inner loop at harford road, that earlier accident remains blocking the right shoulder so just use caution. the jfx at cold spring lane -- actually, this is north avenue, and traffic is moving along without problems. back to you. >>> 6:01. how frustrating is this? the man knows it, county knows it, bge, fire department knows it, they all know it but it continues. linda so
ABC
Aug 12, 2009 6:00am EDT
to the low end of the two-degree guarantee high this afternoon at 85. there will be scattered showers and storms. >>> decked out in glitter and you can follow her on twitter. >> woo! >> kim brown. >> there he is, justin berk, making it work early this morning. checking here 695 at the bw parkway, things looking good in both directions, a little increased volume on the southbound side but that is to be expected. we're actually pretty quiet around the area. i have word of a disabled vehicle on the north side of the outer loop, approaching the stevenson exit, be aware of that. and georgetown road and slate avenue, use caution there as well. you can follow me on twitter, maryland traffic to get your updates tweeted to you directly. jfx at northern parkway, traffic moving along nicely. back to you. >>> we're coming up on 6:01. she was sitting in her house watching tv. >> it's amazing. just minding your own business, a stray bullet from the outside world comes in an hits her. sherrie johnson reports on the shooting of a community activist. >> reporter: you're right. she was just sitting at
FOX
Aug 31, 2009 6:00am EDT
weekend. we will look forward to 80s then. today 75. at the bus stop, here is where we start. 63 degrees, there are locations to the north that are starting in the upper 50s. as patrice said it, a chilly start and you might want the light jacket. mostly cloudy skies. and we should some sunshine mixed in during the day. you will see the 50s up in pittsburgh and in general, 57 in harrisburg, and more 50s as you go further points toward buffalo. it's going to be a chilly start for everybody in the mid-atlantic and the northeast and you see showers to the south, staying to the south and high pressure staying to the north. it fights off the shower activity to the north. if you're in the north, expect showers, and then they will taper off by afternoon and we will look forward to clear or clearer skies i should say. we will have a mix of sun and clouds for later in the day we will see what is in store later in the day. right now what is what is happening on the roadways. we have candace dold. >> reporter: we have to deal with the gas main leak and unfortunately it's shutting down fayett
ABC
Aug 10, 2009 6:00am EDT
map. we'll call for low 90's at lunchtime. hazy, hot, and humid, and as i said, maybe a stray storm. some relief by mid week. we'll have details coming up. but first, jim russ in for lisa baden. how about summer-traffic? >> summer-like in some spots, but 270 seems to be like this regardless of the time of year. the pace starts to pick up, and it's good the rest of the way to the beltway. now we'll show thaw we've got trouble inirafginia, northbound northbound before dale city. 95 southbound at the route 1 spotsylvania interchange, this is just south of fredericburg , construction along theig rig t side as well. alison, pamela, back to you. >> jim, thank you very much. brian mentioned that the temperatures today could hit the high 90's. >> that's right. when you combine the heat and humidity, conditions could turn downright danger rusms our kathy park is live in northwest with a look at what some local agencies are doing to help people feel cool. >> it's pretty sticky and hot. well, we know that the district is preparing for this heat wave by opening up cooling centers throughout the
ABC
Aug 7, 2009 6:00pm EDT
the 23-year-old victim was a randallstown high school graduate,ed a had recently enrolled at catonsville community college to pursue a medical degree. she leaves behind a 6-year-old daughter. >> a loving family, a caring family. it's just that she was coming from a doctor's appointment. and like i say, it happened. >> reporter: but how did it happen? police say the unidentified suspect had carjacked someone earlier, and members of the regional auto theft task force spotted the car on lexington street, but were ordered not to speed after it. but members of the victim's family are left with an agonizing question: why if police were instructed not give chase, was the suspect traveling so fast in that vehicle? >> no, i don't believe the chase because they couldn't have arrived at the scene that fast, and if they would have chased and had the suspect going as fast as they claim he was going, he should have been able to bail out of the car at an earlier time. it was ten blocks away. >> reporter: the family is prepared to wait for an investigation into the incident to take its cours
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